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John Singleton

Mosby
(1833 1916)
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Background
Name : John Singleton Mosby
D.O.B : 6
th
December 1833
P.O.B : Edgemont, Virginia
1849
Entered the university of Virginia
imprisonment for murder
Outbreak
of the
American
Civil War
> Joined the Confederate Army and serves in
the 1
st
Virginia cavalry . Have been fought at
Bull Run
February 1862
Promoted as Lieutenant and being scouting
for James Jeb Stuart .

January 1863
Attack the isolated union army in Virginia
and Maryland with his team of nine men .
July 1863
Given permission to organize his partisan
ranger .
1868
Was promoted to Colonel
After
Confederate
surrender
disbanded his Partisan and resumed his
work as a lawyer .
wrote two books :
o Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby
o Stuarts Cavalry in the Gettyburg
Campaign .
assistant attorney in the Justice Dept.
served as U.S consul at Hong Kong 1878 - 1885
1904 -1910
1887
&
1908
30
th
May 1916
Died
Traits
Strategic
thinking
Cunning
Self-
development
Loyalty
Good
Networking
Intelligent

Campaign & Wars
Civil War
(1861-1865)
Was a major war between the united states (union) and eleven
southern states.

12 April 1862
Fighting commenced when Confederate forces attacked a United
states ( Federal) military installation at Fort Sumter in South Carolina
the first state to secede. South Carolina claimed the Sumter was
legally within its (territorial) water.
During the first year of Civil War , the Union assumed control of the border
state and establish a naval blockade as a both side raised large enemies.
In 1862
Major bloody battles such as Shiloh were fought causing massive
casualties unprecedented in u.s military history.

In September 1962
Lincolns Emancipation Proclamation made the freeing of salves in the
South a war goal despite opposition from Nothern Copperheads who
tolerated secession and slavery.
Europe immigration joined the Union Army in a large numbers around
23.4% all of Union soldiers were German Americas an. bout 21600
were born in German
In the East, Confederate General Robert E.Lee assumed commad of
the army of Northern Virginia and experience a series of victories
against the army of the Polomac.
In 1864
Long term Union advantage in geography, man power ,industry,
finance, political organization and transportation were overwhelming
the Confederacy.
Fort Sumter & First Bull Run
On April 12,1861, the war began when Gen. P.G.T.Beauregard opened fire
on Fort Sumter in Charleston harbor forcing its surrender
War in the East, 1862-1863
Following the defeat at bull run, Gen George McClellan was given command of
the new Union Army of the Potomac and shifted the army south to attack
Richmond via the Peninsula in early 1862. he shifted the army south to attack
Richmond via the peninsula.
War in the West, 1861-1863
In February 1862, forces under Gen. Ulysses S. Grant captured Forts
Henry & Donelson
FIRST BATTLE OF BULL RUN

Turning Points Gettysburg & Vicksburg
In June 1863, Lee began to move north towards Pennsylvania with
Union troops in pursuit.
War in the West, 1863-1865
In summer 1863, Union troops under Gen. William Rosecrans
advanced into Georgia and were defected at Chickamauga.
War in the East, 1863-1865
In March 1864, Grant was given command of all Union and came east
to deal with Lee. Grants campaign began in May, with the armies
clashing at the wilderness.
Aftermath & casualties
On April 14, five days after Lees surrender, President Lincoln was
assassinated while attending a play at Fords Theater in
Washington


13
th
: Abolished slavery
14
th
: extension of legal protection regardless of race
15
th
: Abolished all racial restriction on voting


During the war, union forces suffered approximately
360000 killed (140000 in battle)and 28200 wounded.
Confederates armies lost approximately 258000 killed
(94000 in battle) and an unknown number of wounded.
The total killed in war exceeds the total deaths from all
other US wars combined.


Conclusion
# After disbanding his unit, John Mosby become a Republican. It
angered many in the south because of his decision because of his
action, he received death threats and had his boyhood home burned
down. To protect him from these danger, Grand appointed him as US
Consul to Hong Kong in 1878. In 1885, Mosby come back to US and
work as lawyer in California for the Southern Pacific Railroad before
moving through a variety of governmental post. Last serving as
Assistant Attorney General in the Department of Justice(1904-1910).
Mosby died in Washington DC on May 30, 1916 and was buried at
Warrenton Cemetery in Virginia